The Junction City Girls team raced against 37 schools that featured 270 runners in the Crimson Division race. The Lady Jays finished 19th overall in the meet and placed 6th out 21 among Kansas schools in the 5K race.
teams in the Crimson Division race. This race featured 327 runners. The boys’ teams set three new personal records (PR) on the day. Sophomore Christian Carter was the first JCHS runner to finish the race improving his career time to 17:50 placing 48th. Then followed Juan Tovar finishing in 87th placing setting his new PR to 18:08. Joshua Nieves also set a PR with his 19:56 performance.